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Unknown armed men torture, loot Chinese nationals in Islamabad

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ISLAMABAD, JUN 06 (DNA) – As many as eight unidentified armed men on Tuesday brutally tortured Chinese nationals and snatched cash and travel documents from them in Islamabad’s F-7 sector.

The officers said that an investigation into the matter has been launched whereas the victims have also submitted a request in Kohsar Market police station, seeking fool-proof security from the Interior Ministry.

The affectees, among whom two are Pakistanis, said that they were thrashed and were looted on gun point. The security personnel have recorded their statements and started search operation in the area to nab the culprits.

Earlier, unknown men abducted two Chinese nationals in Jinnah Town area while firing left their personal guard injured. The two foreign citizens were teachers of Chinese language.

Civil and military leadership of Pakistan have assured China of providing security to her nationals working here after the historic $57 billion investment under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) was announced. The corridor is a part of the One Road One Belt mega project helmed by China.

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